Here’s the scoop: The first number on the size tag refers to the neck size and the second number is the sleeve length. So a shirt size “15 34/35” means that the neck is 15 inches and the sleeve is between 34 and 35 inches.
How can I find out someone’s shirt size without asking?
Just walk around behind him and tell him that his shirt tag is flipped up – with cat like reflexes and a quick grab you can pull the collar tag out, take note of the size, and voila! You just put it back into the shirt, and he won’t even notice.
How do you know what size shirt you wear?
Have a friend help you measure your arm while you are standing with your arm slightly bent at your side. Measure from the nape of the neck to the wrist, making sure that the tape measure lays flat across the shoulder. Add one inch to the sleeve-length measurement and round up to the nearest even number.
How do you secretly ask someone’s shoe size?
A magic trick that can “guess” your age and shoe-size has been confusing people on the internet this week. The trick involves asking someone to write down their shoe size without telling you. They must then multiply the figure by 5, add 50, multiply that number by 20, add 1015, and subtract the year of their birth.
How can I secretly ask my shoe size?
Here is the trick to try yourself: Find a willing participant and ask them to write down their shoe size, but not tell you. Then ask them to multiply that by five. Add 50. And then multiply that number by 20.